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Travel Blogs from Szigetszentmiklos
... machine which was a bonus and after clever Daryl made a washing line out of plastic bags, we manged to wash everything. Yeh!
We learnt a lot more about Budapest than we realized, there's the Buda side which is very hilly and picturesque and then there's the Pest side which is flater and more dynamic. We used the Hop on Hop off bus and this saved our legs a little as we have literally worn them out. ...
... luggage experience again this time around, I felt an odd sense of déjà vu!
No major storms this time around thank goodness. We spent our week in Budapest just taking it easy. All the travelling and being on the go really does tire you out. Despite some building work going on in the apartment next door (the only downside to our apartment) and drilling and hammering from around 8am on the weekdays, we both still managed to sleep in until 11am on several days. Not unusual for ...
... able to practice. The community is now close to 100,000 in the country and has many Hungarian Jews who moved to the USA giving large amounts of money to this community to help rebuild it.
After walking around the inside we stepped into the cemetry which was recently completed. It is home to a mass gravesite that was used during wartime to bury those that died in the ghetto. Thousands of people were buried here and many have been identified ...
... shirts, we were surprised to find that their club is for law enforcement offices present and past. They proved to be interesting travellers and were off to their annual convention in Munich. Our tickets had been listed as going to Wien Miedling but Westbahnhof was the next station and the conductor said we could stay on to there. As our motel was at the same address it saved a lot of time, particularly as the front door was 15m fr0m the front entrance of the station. We checked ...
... was 33 degrees so very hot for walking tour. We took public transport by tram and furnicular across the Chain Bridge to Buda up to the palace and castle. All totally magnificent but very exhausting walking around. Lost my brown hat in Brno but found same hat in pink on ground outside the art gallery! Thank you Jesus. Saw the Detovski exhibition a renowned painter of the late 19C his work depicted anti capitalism and ...
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